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    Fancy a kebab?

    Takeaway was so filthy inspectors shut it down on the spot

    Read more: metro.co.uk/201…86/

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    Original Poster

    A disgusting takeaway was shut down on the spot after hygiene inspectors arrived, tipped off by a customer who saw a rat run across one of the counters.
    Central Takeaway in Manchester was infested with rodents, with mouse droppings found on a chopping board and in open bags of flour.
    There was rotting food everywhere in the kebab shop and the kitchen equipment was filthy.
    Staff admitted using a shower cleaner to wash food preparation surfaces, and a raw meat chopping board was kept on top of a salad chopping board in a pool of filthy water behind the sink.

    That's classed as a 4 star dining experience in Salford.

    That is disgusting urghhhh

    Isn't that the charm of a kebab? No sober person would eat one so even if you lose it shortly after eating it you just blame it on the bevvy.

    Fancy a kebab?



    Funnily enough, I don't anymore oO

    Most kebab "takeaways" you can see the grill

    And if it looked anything like this
    https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/ad_227847629.jpg
    I'd be phoning environmental services

    Mark2111

    Even … Even worsehttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1552482/Missing-girls-body-put-into-kebab.html


    At least you have an inkling of what was in the meat.

    there is a gov site you can look at all your local eating establishments hygiene rating on.
    nearly all the ones round our way were 0+1 * out of 5.
    either people are drinking too much or using the glossy menu through the post box as a guide.

    shadey12

    there is a gov site you can look at all your local eating establishments … there is a gov site you can look at all your local eating establishments hygiene rating on.nearly all the ones round our way were 0+1 * out of 5.either people are drinking too much or using the glossy menu through the post box as a guide.


    HERE

    g1bbuk

    HERE



    ​thanks for that, just a tip, don't use this to look up where you got your takeaway the night before.

    theguardian.com/wor…ays

    The 10 best areas in the country, ranked by the proportion of food premises that pass inspections, are the Orkney Islands, north Devon, South Ayrshire, Torridge, Harrogate, Cannock Chase, west Dorset, Suffolk coastal, Anglesey and Daventry.

    The 10 worst areas in the country are Newham, Edinburgh, the Shetland Islands, Islington, Hyndburn, Harrow, Hertsmere, Midlothian, Luton and Ealing.

    Dare i read the article?, I haven't even had a takeaway since the chef, wiping his behind with his hand story!

    stuarthanley

    That's classed as a 4 star dining experience in Salford.



    ​Can confirm this. Born and bred in Salford, a few rat kebabs and mouse-dropping sundaes never did us any harm.

    RonChew

    Isn't that the charm of a kebab? No sober person would eat one so even if … Isn't that the charm of a kebab? No sober person would eat one so even if you lose it shortly after eating it you just blame it on the bevvy.



    depends what you refer to as a kebab.

    marinated chicken done on the flamegrill in a pitta with some salad is a pretty good meal, and quite a staple in some countries.

    if you mean a doner kebab cut off that disgusting elephants leg, then yes, it is rather rank

    never been a fan of a kabab

    g1bbuk

    HERE


    Why don't they open a kebab shop in every town to show how it is done to government standards and see if they get to 5* rating?

    that pass system consists of lots of paper pushing
    doesn't matter how clean you are if you dont record it or falsify it like many probably do
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